|French Espresso Macarons with Peanut Butter Swiss Meringue Buttercream|
As you read through eatTALK you will notice a series of recipes interwoven into the blog. These are meals, snacks, and shortcuts we eat and use between some of our more sinful restaurant excursions. Although we are not nutritionists, nor claim to be, with individual awareness of what our bodies respond to and what we each enjoy...we thought, why not share some of these recipes?
The recipes are broken down by ingredients, preparation times, calorie content and general nutritional value. For a full page of recipes, click here. For general recipe categories, click the corresponding links in the right-hand column under "Food" --> "The Recipes". Over time, in playing around in the kitchen, you may come across a few helpful shortcuts to give you the same texture or taste without the accompanying guilt. That being said, our Shortcuts will not be paired with nutrition information, as they are meant to be individually adjusted for your tastes. Enjoy!
If you have any questions, comments, or recommendations, then e-mail us!
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